3 Tips for Early Spring Landscaping
Be Irrigation Savvy: One of the main components in making your landscape a pleasant sight is through having an efficient irrigation system. Two recommended irrigation systems are drip irrigation and a sprinkler system. A drip irrigation and sprinkler system can help your greenery stay healthy and vibrant, longer, during those dry spring and summer months.
Test the Ground’s Soil: A landscape thrives when the soil is nutrient rich. To see if your yard has nutrient-rich soil, you should test your landscape’s soil. Signs of healthy soil include the presence of earthworms and other ground organisms, root development, plant residue, and the workability of the dirt.
If you find that your ground is not up to par, you can take steps to rejuvenate your landscape’s soil by using fertilizers from organic sources, adding essential trace elements and by crafting your compost.
Rid Your Yard of Weeds: Weeds can wreak havoc on a landscape both externally and internally: They not only look unpleasant, but they also steal nutrients from the ground.
Ridding your yard of pesky weeds can make any landscape more appealing in minutes. There are a couple of ways to remove them, with the most straightforward way is by picking them via hand. Another way to remove them is by mowing your landscape regularly.